On April 4, China’s Commerce Ministry released an announcement listing new restrictions on trade with North Korea, including bans on imports of gold and rare earths and on exports of rocket fuel. The restrictions come almost exactly one month after the UN Security Council passed Resolution 2270, implementing new sanctions on North Korea in response to its January 6 nuclear test and February 7 satellite launch.
The Commerce Ministry announcement began by noting the embargoes were intended to implement “the relevant resolution” by the UNSC. Although there were previous indications that China was slowing trade with North Korea, this is the first official outline of new trade restrictions in response to Resolution 2270.
Khazarian Mafia ~ link ~
Herbert Hoover was an American Rothschild agent and business partner. During World War I, Hoover started a charity which took donations from the Allied nations while claiming to feed and clothe the widows and orphans of Belgium. What the Rothschilds and Hoover actually did was to load food onto trains in Belgium which they sent across No Man’s Land to to feed German soldiers. The Germans weren’t able to adequately feed their soldiers. The Rothschilds fed the men who were killing Allied soldiers so the war would last well beyond 1915 or 1916. They wanted the war to last until they could set up a Jewish dictatorship in Russia that eventually killed more than 60 million Gentiles. And the Rothschilds also wanted to turn Palestine into a British run colony for the Jews...
The Scam here is that the Rothschilds and the members of the other Thirty Families have stolen so much money from our pensions and savings that we face two choices. 1) Gentiles must either arrest the Bankers and seize what they stole from us to fund Debt Cancellation. or 2) We must allow the Thirty Families to keep what they have stolen and let the kill us.
Europe in Crisis: Greece halts deportation to Turkey ~ link ~
Hundreds more are due to be removed later this week, but the migrants are arriving in Greece faster than they can be sent back.
The Chinese PLA's Strategic Doctrine ~ link ~
China is investing heavily in military operations other than war (MOOTW), appearing more frequently abroad in counter-piracy, peacekeeping, civilian evacuation, humanitarian assistance, and other roles. MOOTW is not only good for China’s reputation but is also the best way for a peacetime military to gain practical experience while demonstrating its capability to mobilize military and civilian assets in support of national interests.
China is also developing military applications within the space and cyber domains. Although conflict in these areas carries the potential for economic disaster, they receive significantly less international attention than the nuclear arena.
Brazil Vice-President also facing Impeachment ~ link ~ Make no mistake about it, the move to impeach both the President and the Vice-President of Brazil, and also the move (which just failed) to impeach the President of South Africa is a part of the 'soft war' by the Global Banking Cartel against the BRICS nations. In many ways the Third World War has begun only on an Economic Level and a Proxy War Level at present!!! Stirling
President Dilma Rousseff also faces impeachment proceedings.
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has survived an impeachment vote in Parliament ~ link ~
Canadian conservatives win big in Saskatchewan election ~ link ~
As elections loom in the Philippines, foreign policy becomes even more pronounced. It is important to be reminded of Republic Act 7157 or the Philippine Foreign Service Act of 1991, which mandates that the Department of Foreign Affairs implement the three pillars of Philippine foreign policy: preserve and enhance national security, promote and attain economic security, and protect and promote the rights and welfare of Filipinos overseas. In line with this, the previous administrations of Fidel Ramos, Joseph Estrada, and Gloria Arroyo directed Philippine foreign policy toward development diplomacy and the protection of overseas Filipino workers. The belief was that strengthening the latter two pillars would ensure the first. Thus, internal security was seen as a prerequisite for a more coherent and consolidated nation.
In 2014, a teacher in Andijan paid a replacement worker to pick cotton in her name. She paid 10,000 soum per day. But when the 2015 harvest came around in the fall she went to the field – the price of a replacement had gone up to between 15,000 and 25,000 soum per day, plus another 100,000 soum for 10 days worth of food.
“And it’s hard to find [replacement workers]. It’s the only way to get out of picking cotton unless you have close relationships with the authorities,” she told a monitor from the Uzbek-German Forum for Human Rights in November 2015.